Most popular Villas in Puerto Rico
Highlights in Puerto Rico
- Breathtaking pink beaches
- Wide variety of water and nature activities
- Colonial architecture
- Stunning natural sites
- Excellent cocktails
Most popular amenities for Villas in Puerto Rico
Villas in Puerto Rico
Deciding where to stay in Puerto Rico? If you like landmarks nearby, Old San Juan is rich in history, monuments and museums. For nearby nature and beaches, Vieques, Cabo Rojo, Culebra Island and Isla Verde are ideal locations to find a villa with stunning seasides, jaw-dropping hikes, fabulous nature and a little piece of paradise. Besides beaches, water sports are on offer too and Rincon is a surfers haven. Like mingling with locals? Then you should look for a villa in Isabela, where the Puetro Ricans themselves love to go on holidays. Find the ideal villa for you and your dearest ones in a unique paradise.Exclusive villas with swimming pools
If you are looking for a little privacy and outdoor spaces for dinings al fresco with family or friends, you can book a villa in Puerto Rico located in residential areas. Most villas offer a swimming pool, nice gardens, BBQ areas, air conditioning, parking and all the amenities you need to make your stay a comfortable one. Luxury decoration, comfortable interiors and state of the art kitchens that can also be fully staffed. Areas of natural beauty and great views to enjoy form the terrace or the balcony every morning, having your morning coffee.
Travellers and activities
Although Puerto Rico is a small island, it offers more than 430 km of white sand beaches and turquoise waters. The stunning beauty of its coastline draws in holidaymakers from all over the globe. Long stretches of sand to enjoy your favourite water sports or just basking under the sun. Discover the underwater world by snorkelling in its clear waters or try some windsurfing or SUP. The island of Culebra is home to the most spectacular beach, listed as a Wild Refuge and the perfect spot to explore nature while enjoying a picture-perfect beach.Puerto Rico for hiking lovers
Puerto Rico is known for its fabulous beaches and historic San Juan, but many people may not be aware of how numerous natural areas are for camping, hiking and outdoor adventures. If you love being surrounded by nature, Puerto Rico offers several trails and hiking challenges for all levels. Impressive waterfalls and tropical lush vegetation on the island’s 3500 square miles with national forests, nature reserves and several ecosystems spanning valleys and the tropical forest. Enjoy the numerous paths of El Yunque National Forest, Guánica Dry Forest, Toro Negro, Cambalache and Cabo Rojo Wildlife Refuge. Visit the “Árbol solitario”, the solitary mango tree on top of Cerro de los Cielos.
The name of Puerto Rico comes from the abundance of natural resources on the island, especially gold!
Top 7 travel tips in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is known for its beaches and water sports you can practice. But actually, the offer is much wider. Go camping on the pristine and uninhabited island of Isla de Mona, a sanctuary of sea turtles and seabirds. Practice some kayaking and snorkel in the bioluminescent bay of Vieques. To enjoy nature, hike through the Cañón San Cristóbal, one of Puerto Rico’s top 10 natural wonders. Have the best dark, smooth and fresh coffee in the coffee farms of Hacienda Muñoz and Hacienda Buena Vista. FInally, enjoy the biodiversity of Puerto Rico ecosystems having a birdwatching tour. Have a lazy day, hike through massive waterfalls or explore the mountains to have one of the best coffees ever. The island is a real-life, choose your adventure destination. Now the story is yours to tell.2. Go back to colonial times
Viejo San Juan is one of the most visited parts of Puerto Rico. This colonial city is home to the San Juan National Historic Site, with old buildings of colonial architecture including the San Felipe del Morro and San Cristóbal fortresses, the old city walls and the Bautista Cathedral. The multicoloured houses line the cobbled alleys and shady squares plenty of cocktail bars and Caribbean fusion restaurants with the best recipes to raise your taste buds.3. Calling all golf enthusiasts
Puerto Rico is calling all players! Wonderful courses on an island paradise with breathtaking views, pristine beaches and lush green vegetations. Options all over the island, from north to south and east to west. Luxury courses like TPC Dorado Beach, nuanced layouts at Bahia Beach Resort & Golf Club or accurate 9-hole layouts at Costa Caribe Golf and Country Club. Have a great day swinging your clubs!4. Take a day trip to Cueva Ventana
In the centre of the island you will find the highest mountains in the country and the panoramic route from which you can see some areas of the north and south of the island. But the highlights are the Window Cave, located in Arecibo, and Lake Dos Bocas, located in Utuado. The Window Cave offers spectacular views of the river and the valley that will leave you in awe, while Lake Dos Bocas is the ideal place to spend the day with your family.5. Taste a bit of Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican cuisine has received contributions from different cultures. The star ingredients are rice, seafood, black beans and fried meats. It is not very spicy, but very fragrant. Some of the dishes that you should not miss are the cod, the empanadillas, the stuffing with potatoes, fried cheese, the sorullitos, fried vegetables, fried pork skewers and the mondongo.6. Marvel at Mosquito Bay
Mosquito Bay is an untouched and utterly breathtaking beach on Vieques Island. What’s the most fascinating fact about it? Bioluminescence happens here! This bright and strange natural phenomenon is caused by organisms that light up the waters with a bright blue colour that you will keep in your memory forever as you paddle through the bay on a night time kayaking tour.7. Raise a glass to Puerto Rico!
Sample some Bacardi Rum at the local Bacardi factory. Sip a welcome cocktail on arrival and then enjoy a 90-minute tasting session and a distillery tour at the world known Casa Bacardí. Sample some rare and vintage rums and reserve bottles after knowing about the process of rum-making. And if you fancy making the best cocktails, book a cocktail master class at Casa Bacardi in Cataño with the best experts! Mojitos, daiquiris and Cuba Libre are the stars of the show. Cheers!